This aircraft is generally preferred over the 767-200. Also, many passengers like it better than the 777s, eventhough the domestic 767-300 does not have in-seat video. There are central screens with video projectors and additional ceiling mounted monitors throughout the cabins. Full audio entertainment is also available and includes Channel 9, United's live air traffic communications channel.
These seats have very little legroom. Also, overhead storage is limited due to emergency equipment stored there.
Surprisingly these seats are really tight. Many say that they are not worth the upgrade if you have a decent seat in Economy Plus.
These are okay First Class seats.
Tight Economy Plus
Evenhtough these seats are considered Economy Plus, they offer no more legroom than your average standard coach seat. Especially seats C, D and E are very tight.
Quite good Economy Plus seats.
Surprisingly these seats have less legroom than you might think after looking at the seatmap. It is especially little compared to other exit rows.
Exit Row Seats
Quite good standard Economy seats with way above average legroom and a full recline.
Beware of these seats. They are about the tightest ones you can get and the screen is right in front of you. The flickering light will disturb you when you try to read or sleep and it is hard to really watch the movie from here.
These regular Economy seats have a pitch of 30 to 32 inches.
Recline is very limited. These seats may be noisy.
Stuck in the middle
Limited recline, only average legroom, plenty of noise and poeple congrgating next to you make these seats undesirable. Also, since they are located right between lavatories, you might sense odors.
Windows are missing at these seats. Try to avoid them unless you just want to sleep anyway.